close ad
Databridge V2 with MySQLi support IS Now Available!
open ad
View Menu

Technical Support Forums

Free, outstanding support from WebAssist and your colleagues

Best approach to image uploading and display?

Thread began 1/19/2015 8:34 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 1/21/2015 12:10 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | 1074 views | 7 replies

Nathon Jones Web Design

Best approach to image uploading and display?

I come across this with many clients...

They want to maintain control over uploading images (products, real estate, portfolio etc) to their websites but they have images in portrait and landscape view. On their websites, however, they want to maintain a uniformed layout so, for example, they might have thumbnails of these images displayed in landscape view on an introductory page of results, leading through to the actual image on a detail page.

Problem is, if they upload a portrait image it shunts the layout all over the place and everything looks disorganised.

Does/can the resize option in the upload behavior, or Image Resizer extension, cope with this scenario?

I understand that there is a "crop from centre" option in Image Resizer but most of our image file names are called from database, in repeat regions, or are tied into a NivoSlider, or something similar, and that usually causes problems (

I'm looking for a "once and for all" solution to this because it keeps cropping (ho ho!) up.

I'd appreciate your advice. Thank you.

Build websites with a little help from your friends

Your friends over here at WebAssist! These Dreamweaver extensions will assist you in building unlimited, custom websites.

Build websites from already-built web applications

These out-of-the-box solutions provide you proven, tested applications that can be up and running now.  Build a store, a gallery, or a web-based email solution.

Want your website pre-built and hosted?

Close Windowclose

Rate your experience or provide feedback on this page

Account or customer service questions?
Please user our contact form.

Need technical support?
Please visit support to ask a question





Ease of use


security code refresh image

We do not respond to comments submitted from this page directly, but we do read and analyze any feedback and will use it to help make your experience better in the future.

Close Windowclose

We were unable to retrieve the attached file

Close Windowclose

Attach and remove files

add attachmentAdd attachment
Close Windowclose

Enter the URL you would like to link to in your post

Close Windowclose

This is how you use right click RTF editing

Enable right click RTF editing option allows you to add html markup into your tutorial such as images, bulleted lists, files and more...

-- click to close --

Uploading file...